January 31 2014 10:12AM
Can you tell which twin this is?
What a difference a couple of months can make.
Back in December, the Vancouver Canucks still looked like one of the NHL's elite teams. The Sedins were clicking, a playoff berth seemed like a given, and John Tortorella was lavished with praise for supposedly turning a team with a soft reputation into a team made from sandpaper.
January 28 2014 10:16PM
This game had everything.
Big hits, continous play, excellent passing, tough board battles, impressive individual efforts, and goals aplenty.
If only the Jets came out of this one with two points.
January 27 2014 10:43PM
One scary dude. (photo courtesy of hockeyschedule )
The Jets are on an incredible roll right now. Since Paul Maurice took over the bench a little more than two weeks ago, they've won six of their last seven games, grinding out victories against some of the league's best in Anaheim and Chicago. Goals are coming easy, Pavelec's numbers have improved, and fan optimism is at a season high.
January 26 2014 08:46PM
Hockey is a weird sport sometimes.
After two periods, the Jets looked finished. Outshot 27-6, they looked in danger of falling beneath their season-low shot total of 14. Their only powerplay came off of a Chicago bench minor. No line could spend any amount of time in the offensive zone. Patrick Kane sifted through two-man coverage at will, and Al Montoya had to stand on his head to keep the score close.
January 26 2014 11:29AM
Our two fastest boys.
Before they could celebrate their OT home win against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Jets were back on a plane bound for Chicago, getting ready to face the Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks for the fourth (and thankfully last) time this season. The 'Hawks have manhandled the Jets all season long like they were Division 5, but tonight may be a different story.